Weapons Grade Goofiness: North Korea’s Kim Jong Un can control the weather

From the and “here all along it was supposed to be CO2, but instead its imperious leader Kim Jong Un” department comes this hilarious news story. According to North Korea’s state run media, Kim Jong Un controlled the weather when he scaled a sacred mountain known as Mount Paektu. I suppose we’ll have to swap out the…

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Malthus Redux

Guest Post by Willis Eschenbach I see that there’s another neo-Malthusian trying to convince us that global starvation and food riots are just around the corner. This time it’s David Archibald right here on WUWT. Anthony had posted a graph showing gains in various human indicators, viz: But David disagrees, showing various looks at wheat…

Keystone is anti-hydrocarbon zealotry in microcosm

Radical environmentalists prefer dangerous, inhumane, ecologically destructive alternatives Guest essay by Paul Driessen The Nebraska Public Service Commission (NPSC) recently voted to approve the state’s segment of the 1,200-mile Keystone XL Pipeline. While that would appear to allow construction to move forward, more obstacles loom before KXL can finally bring North Dakota and Canadian crude…

Map of the Gila River watershed-drainage basin — located in New Mexico and Arizona.

Claim: More Frequent Less Intense Rainfall is Now a Problem

Guest essay by Eric Worrall Lecturer in Physical Geography Michael Singer has noticed that climate hasn’t brought greater precipitation, as Trenberth predicted it would – but he still worries about the impact of climate change on watersheds. How understanding regional rainstorms will help the world manage climate change December 8, 2017 2.03am AEDT Michael Singer…